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What are Continuing Education Courses?

Colorado Christian University is launching Continuing Education Courses within the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics. You might be asking yourself: "What are Continuing Education Courses?" "Why are they important?" "What is the value of these courses?" "Are these courses accredited?"

What are Continuing Education Courses?

CCU's Continuing Education Courses are online, non-facilitated, self-paced courses taken for personal or professional development. Continuing Education Courses use a five-week course structure, but students may take longer if needed. These courses will offer individuals and organizations the opportunity to equip and train within evangelism and apologetics.

What is the value of Continuing Education Courses?

Continuing Education Courses will offer individuals the opportunity to pursue a unique learning path. Courses will offer churches and other organizations the opportunity to train and equip their members in apologetics and evangelism.

Are Continuing Education Courses accredited?

Since these courses do not provide academic credit, they are not accredited. Non-accredited courses are not connected to an external accreditation or professional body.

Can Continuing Education Courses be used for a degree?

Continuing Education Courses cannot be used in a degree program.These courses focus on equipping the student with a specific knowledge and skill set. These courses are for personal and professional development in apologetics and evangelism.


Colorado Christian University does not guarantee any job placement as a result of earning this or any other degrees offered by the university.

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